Published March 15, 2007
by Gadow Press .
Written in English
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The book is a collection of papers on the theme of agriculture and rural India with special emphasis, as the title suggests, on the experience of economic reforms since the s. One set of papers gives the macro-perspective, while another set gives an insight into . With conspicuous echoes of Mohandas Gandhi’s millenarian visions of a self-sufficient village India, books like Shiva’s The Violence of the Green Revolution: Third World Agriculture, Ecology and Politics () and Stolen Harvest: The Hijacking of the Global Food Supply () provide ready entry points for those seeking to understand why. The book is a collection of papers on the theme of agriculture and rural India with special emphasis, as the title suggests, on the experience of economic reforms since the s. One set of papers gives the macro-perspective, while another set gives an insight into agrarian and rural transformation through case studies.5/5(2). The village in India, where life was once portrayed as 'unchanging' and 'idyllic', has in recent decades seen profound changes. The twin shackles that once decided matters for India's villagers, caste and agriculture, no longer exercise their vigorous hold. While a break in caste rigidities has fostered greater fluidity in occupational choices, agricultural stagnation has.
Chennai, J A book titled ‘Whither Rural India? Political Economy of Agrarian Transformation in Contemporary India’ was released at MSSRF today. The book is a festschrift for Prof Venkatesh B Athreya, a renowned economist in India. The PhD Scholars of Venkatesh Athreya had organised a seminar on ‘Agriculture and Rural India after Economic Reforms’ in and this book . The history of Agriculture in India dates back to Indus Valley Civilization. India ranks second worldwide in farm outputs. As per , agriculture employed more than 50℅ of the Indian work force and contributed 17–18% to country's GDP. According to latest report, agriculture is primary source of livelihood for 58% population in India. In , agriculture and allied sectors like animal. This book addresses some key strategic questions related to agriculture in the context of major contemporary developments and emerging challenges in Nepal such as the changing role of agriculture with economic growth, structural transformation in reducing poverty, improving nutritional outcomes, and addressing the challenges of climate change. "Agricultural Credit and Financial Liberalisation in India", in Whither Rural India? Political Economy of Agrarian Transformation in Contemporary India (A Festschrift for Venkatesh Athreya), Tulika Books.
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